USCIS PREPARING TO RESUME IN-PERSON SERVICES ON JUNE 4 | Chugh LLP

USCIS PREPARING TO RESUME IN-PERSON SERVICES ON JUNE 4

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By: Jacqueline Valle and Armando Escobedo

summary

On June 4, 2020, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin reopening some field offices and application support centers (ASCs) to the public and resume non-emergency face-to-face services. USCIS offices were temporarily closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

USCIS will follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines. They will establish measures to protect their workforce and the public when facilities reopen.

what to expect

  • USCIS will send reschedule notices to those with previously cancelled appointments, interviews, and naturalization ceremonies.
  • USCIS will automatically reschedule any necessary ASC appointments that were canceled due to temporary office closure.
  • Reschedule notices will contain information on safety precautions that visitors must follow when entering USCIS facilities.
  • Individuals with other appointment types  can reschedule if their local USCIS office has reopened.
  • USCIS will continue to provide emergency services on a limited basis while some offices remain temporarily closed.

We will continue to monitor and share COVID-19 related updates to USCIS policy.

Conclusion

To learn more about the measures USCIS is taking related to the COVID-19 pandemic, subscribe to our newsletter by emailing us at info@chugh.com. We recommend sharing this alert with interested parties.

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